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Spell check of outgo

Correct spelling: outgo

outcome, runoff, drainage, trump, drain, spout, top, surmount, pass by, scoop, go past, excel, efflux, leave, egress, run off, discharge, subdue, outmatch, loss, issue, expense, vent, disbursal, exit, farewell, overstep, expenditure, depart, disbursement, spending, parting, exiting, outflow, distance, outlay, expending, outdo, using up, transcend, leave-taking, quitting, outperform, outflank, decamping, lighting out, outlet, exodus, best, travel by, pass, decampment, walking out, exceed, surpass, exhaust, scale, consumption, expenses, charge, go by, cost, departing, going, overcome, outdistance, stand out, master, losses, outstrip, get over, departure, reduction.

indeterminate, coming, entrance, ingress, indefinite, uncertain, profits, income, product, receipts, ambiguous, advent, receipt, vague, approach, profit, return, implicit, returns, implied, arrival, proceeds, gain, appearance, doubtful.

Examples of usage:

1) The human measure of a human life is its income; the divine measure of a life is its outgo, its overflow- its contribution to the welfare of all. - "The Art of Public Speaking", Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein.

2) When he leaves school and graduates in a wider world, where men must depend on their own judgement and their own energy, he is often a little disconcerted to find that some of his less bookish fellows easily outgo him in quickness of understanding and resource. - "England and the War", Walter Raleigh.

3) I have drifted away from Shakespeare, who knew nothing of the sea of troubles that England would one day take arms against, and who could not know that on that day she would outgo his most splendid praise and more than vindicate his reverence and his affection. - "England and the War", Walter Raleigh.